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Contributors Downloaded from http://read.dukeupress.edu/jclc/article-pdf/9/1/273/1594052/273contributors.pdf by DEEPDYVE INC user on 12 July 2022 ALEXANDER DES FORGES is professor of Chinese and chair of the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of Massachusetts Boston. He is the author of Mediasphere Shanghai: The Aesthetics of Cultural Production (2007) and Testing the Literary: Prose and the Aesthetic in Early Modern China (2021). His current research interests include comparative literary theory and cultural studies in the early modern and modern periods (fifteenth through twentieth centuries). GRACE S. FONG is professor of Chinese literature at McGill University. Her research focuses on classical Chinese poetry and women’s literature of the Ming and Qing periods. She has directed the development of the Ming Qing Women’s Writings digital archive and database (digital.library.mcgill.ca/mingqing/) since 2003. She is the author of Herself an Author: Gender, Agency, and Writing in Late Imperial China (2008, 2016) and coeditor of The Inner Quarters and Beyond: Women Writers from Ming through Qing (2010) and Representing Lives in China: Forms of Biography in the Ming-Qing Period 1368–1911 (2018). MARTIN KERN, the Joanna and Greg ’84 P13 P18 Zeluck Professor in Asian Studies at Princeton University, specializes in the study of Chinese antiquity, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture Duke University Press

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Downloaded from http://read.dukeupress.edu/jclc/article-pdf/9/1/273/1594052/273contributors.pdf by DEEPDYVE INC user on 12 July 2022 ALEXANDER DES FORGES is professor of Chinese and chair of the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of Massachusetts Boston. He is the author of Mediasphere Shanghai: The Aesthetics of Cultural Production (2007) and Testing the Literary: Prose and the Aesthetic in Early Modern China (2021). His current research interests include comparative literary theory and cultural studies in the early modern and modern periods (fifteenth through twentieth centuries). GRACE S. FONG is professor of Chinese literature at McGill University. Her research focuses on classical Chinese poetry and women’s literature of the Ming and Qing periods. She has directed the development of the Ming Qing Women’s Writings digital archive and database (digital.library.mcgill.ca/mingqing/) since 2003. She is the author of Herself an Author: Gender, Agency, and Writing in Late Imperial China (2008, 2016) and coeditor of The Inner Quarters and Beyond: Women Writers from Ming through Qing (2010) and Representing Lives in China: Forms of Biography in the Ming-Qing Period 1368–1911 (2018). MARTIN KERN, the Joanna and Greg ’84 P13 P18 Zeluck Professor in Asian Studies at Princeton University, specializes in the study of Chinese antiquity,

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Journal of Chinese Literature and CultureDuke University Press

Published: Apr 1, 2022

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